Lively Literary Panel Discussion, Signing & Reception
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The last date listed for Memorable Conversations With Six Celebrated Authors was Monday October 21, 2013 / 5:30pm.
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5:30pm – 6:30pm — Hosted reception featuring hors d’oeuvres (while they last) by Muldoon’s Irish Pub.
6:30pm — Program begins.
Book signings will take place before and after authors’ panel discussion.
Books will be sold by Laguna Beach Books.
Barbara DeMarco-Barrett’s Pen on Fire: A Busy Woman’s Guide to Igniting the Writer Within, was a Los Angeles Times bestseller. “Crazy for You” was included in USA Noir: Best of the Akashic Noir Series. She hosts Writers on Writing on KUCI-FM, and the Pen on Fire Speaker Series.
Gayle Brandeis writes poetry, fiction, and essays. Fruitflesh: Seeds of Inspiration for Women Who Write is lively, poignant, and humorous. Prize-wining novels include The Book of Dead Birds, Self Storage and Delta Girls, and for kids, My Life With the Lincolns.
Mary Castillo writes romance and mystery. Novels include S_witchcraft, In Between Men_ and Hot Tamara. Paranormal mysteries, Lost in the Light and Girl in the Mist, have been widely praised by critics and readers.
Alison Singh Gee’s memoir, Where the Peacocks Sing_, was named a _National Geographic Traveler Book of the Month, and received an Amnesty International Award for Human Rights Feature Writing.
Jo-Ann Mapson is author of 12 award-winning novels including The Wilder Sisters, Bad Girl Creek, Blue Rodeo, Solomon’s Oak and Finding Casey, which was nominated for a 2012 Reading the West Award.
Tatjana Soli, novelist and short story writer, is author of The Lotus Eaters, a New York Times bestseller, and The Forgetting Tree, a New York Times 2012 Notable Book.
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